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===About=== The PEBL Test Battery distributes a set of psychological tests for researchers and clinicians. The current version is 0.6. It is distributed automatically with PEBL, and on windows appears in My Documents\pebl-exp\battery * [[ANT|Attentional Network Test]] (PANT): Assess three kinds of attentional processes (in ANT\) * [[Aimed Movement Task]] Evaluate Fitts's law (in fitts\) * [[Balloon Analog Risk Task]] Evaluate risk-seeking behavior (in BART\). * [[Bechara's Gambling Task]] Our version of Bechara's "Iowa Gambling Task". Choose from four decks, each choice with a cost and each providing reward. Used for tests of executive control (in iowa\) * [[Berg's Card Sorting Test]] (BCST) Our version of Berg's (1948) Wisconsin Card Sorting Test®, in which the subject sorts multi-attribute cards into piles according to an unknown and changing rule (in bcst\) * [[Bivalent Shape Task]] Esposito's non-verbal stroop analog (in BST\) * [[Big five personality scale]] Assess the 'big five personality traits (in scales\bigfive.pbl). * [[Berlin numeracy test]] The BNT, a short but valid measure of numeracy (in scales\BNT.pbl) * [[Brown Peterson]] Test of short-term memory decay (in brownpeterson\). * [[Change Detection task]] Identify a change in a visual scene (in changedetection\) See also [[LuckVogel]]. * [[Choice Response Time]] Choose the stimulus letter (demo only) (in crt\) * [[Clock Test]] AKA the "Mackworth Clock Test". Watch a clock and see when it skips a beat (in clocktest\) * [[Comfort Scales]] Four visual-analytic scales to measure heat-stress-related comfort (in scales\physioscales.pbl) * [[Connections]] A trail-making test based on Salthouse et al. (in connections\) * [[Corsi Blocks]] An implementation of the classic spatial working memory test (in corsi\). * [[Device Mimicry Task]] Recreate the path of a 4-df device (in devicemimicry\) * [[Digit Span]] Remember a sequence of digits (in dspan\) * [[Dot Judgment]] Determine which of two fields has more dots (in dotjudgment\) * [[Deese-Roediger-McDermott]] The classic false memory paradigm (in DRM\). * [[Ebbinghaus]] A simple implementation of the Ebbinghaus's memory learning and re-learning procedure (in ebbinghaus\). * [[Flanker Task]] Implementation of Eriksen's Flanker task (in flanker\). * [[Four choice response time]] Wilkinson & Houghton's 4-choice response time. Respond to a plus sign that appears in one of four corners of the screen (in fourchoice\) * [[Free recall]] A free recall list memory task, using the Toronto word pool (in freerecall\) * [[Generation]] Example study demonstrating the generation effect. (in generation\) * [[Global Local]] A basic version of Navon's global-local task. This uses a special-purpose function to create the stimuli, which uses the rendered characters in a specified font to create the global/local font image (in globallocal\). * [[Go/No-go Task]] A Go/No-go task; a simple continuous performance task (in gonogo\). * [[Handedness inventory]] A short scale to judge preference for left versus right hand (in scales\handedness.pbl) * [[The Hungry Donkey Task]] A version of Bechara's Gambling Task for children. The donkey chooses from four doors, each door has a cost and reward in apples. Used for tests of executive control test requiring subject to detect a rare visual stimulus (top or bottom) (in donkey\). * [[Hicks|Hick's law Demonstration]] A demonstration of Hick's law, where time to decide increases with number of options (in hicks\) * [[Implicit Association Test]] A test of automatic associations between memory representations. Tests association between two sets of binary classifications. (in IAT\) * [[Item-Order Test]] Identify whether something has changed in a text string. (in itemorder\) * [[Letter-Digit Task]] 9-option version of the 'code substitution' task. (in letterdigit\) * [[Lexical Decision]] Meyer & Schvaneveldt's LDT--Determine whether a stimulus is a word or nonword (in lexicaldecision\). * [[Luck and Vogel Change Detection]] Luck and Vogel's multi-object visual working memory task (in luckvogel\). * [[Manikin Task]] 3D Object Rotation Task. (demo only; in manikin\) * [[Match-to-sample task]] See a grid pattern, then determine if it is the same as a new pattern (in matchtosample\). * [[Math Processing task]] Compute a complex math problem in your head (in mathproc\) * [[Math test]] A test of different mathematical problems (in mathtest\) * [[Matrix Rotation]] UTC test battery matrix rotation. Determine whether a 6x6 matrix is the same (with rotation) as another. (in matrixrotation\) * [[Mental Rotation]] Shepard's mental rotation task. Determine whether two figures are identical, subject to rotation. (in rotation\) * [[Memory Span]] A visually-presented click-response memory span task (in mspan\) * [[Muller-Lyer Illusion]] Psychometric study of a classic visual illusion. (in mullerlyer\) * [[N-Back]] PEBL Dual N-Back test (in nback\) * [[TLX]] Workload questionnaire based on NASA-TLX (in scales\) * [[Numerical Stroop Task]] An implementation of stroop interference, with either keyboard or vocal response input. (in stroop\) * [[Object Judgment]] Determine whether two abstract polygons are identical (in objectjudgment\) * [[Oddball Task]] Respond to the oddball in a sequence (in oddball\) * [[Operation Span Test]] Memory task requiring mathematical distracter task (in ospan\) * [[Paired Associates]] Learn semi-random assocations between terms (in pairedassociates\) * [[Partial Report Procedure]] Lu et al.'s (2005) update of Sperling's iconic memory procedure (in partial-report\) * [[Path Memory]] Remember a drawn path (in pathmemory\) * [[Pattern Comparison Task]] Determine whether two grids are identical (in patterncomparison\) * [[PEBL Card-sorting Task]] Determine which rule (out of 10) is being used to sort cards into two piles (in pcards\) * [[PEBL Continuous Performance Test]] Our version of CCPT: Conners Continuous Performance Task. 14-minute vigilance test requiring subject respond to non-matches. (in pcpt) * [[PEBL Continuous Performance Test-AX]] CPT-AX. (in pcpt\) * [[PEBL Compensatory Tracker]] Similar to Makeig & Jolley's CompTrack Use mouse/trackball to keep a randomly moving target inside a bullseye. (in ptracker\) * [[PEBL Manual Dexterity]] Move a noisy cursor to the target (in dexterity\) * [[PEBL Perceptual Vigilance Task]] (PPVT) Our version of Wilkinson & Houghton's Psychomotor Vigilance Task, A vigilance task used to detect vigilance and sleep lapses. (in ppvt\) * [[PEBL Trail-making task]] Connect the dots. (in ptrails\) * [[Probability Monitor]] Watch multiple random gauges to determine when one shows a signal (in probmonitor\) * [[Probabilistic Reversal learning]] Identify which target is more likely to be correct (in probrev\) * [[Probe-digit task]] Waugh & Norman's test of short-term memory decay (in probedigit\). * [[Pursuit Rotor]] A traditional eye-hand coordination task. (in pursuitrotor\) * [[Random generation]]Generate a sequence of random digits; a test of executive function (in randomgeneration\) * [[Reading span]] Rememeber a list of letters while reading and judging sentences for sensibility (in readingspan\) * [[Remote associates task]] A test of creative problem solving (in RAT\) * [[Simple Response Time]] Detect the presence of a visual stimulus, as quickly and accurately as possible in srt\) * [[Simon Task]] A S-R compatibility interference test. (in simon\) * [[Situation Awareness Test]] Monitor moving objects and identify them when probed (in satest\). * [[Spatial Cueing]] Posner's attentional cueing (spotlight) task.. Given a probabilistic cue of where a stimulus will appear, respond as fast as possible. (in spatialcueing\) * [[Spatial Priming]] Respond to a stimulus in a 3x3 grid with location primes. (in spatialpriming\) * [[Stroop task]] Stroop's attention task. Respond to either the color or name of stimuli. Also see [[Numerical Stroop Task]] and [[Victoria Stroop Task]]. in stroop\ * [[Survey]] Create a survey. (in survey\) * [[Sternberg]] PEBL 'Sternberg scanning' task. (in sternberg\) * [[Symbol Counter Task]] Garavan (2000) counter task Useful indicator of executive control (in symbolcounter\) * [[Switcher Task]] Object search based on switching between up to three dimensions. (in switcher\) * [[Symmetry span]] The symmetry span; a complex working memory task requiring spatial memory and pattern interference (in symmetryspan\) * [[Tapping]] Tap as quickly as possible for 60 seconds. (in tapping\) * [[Timetap]] Tap the speed of a prespecified flash (in timetap\) * [[Timewall]] UTC Test battery's Time wall. Estimate the time when a moving target will reach a location behind a wall (in timewall\) * [[Tiredness scale]] A short measure of current tiredness (In scales\tiredness.pbl). * [[TOAV: Test of Attentional Vigilance]] Our version of the TOVA®: Test of Variables of Attention. A 22-minute (in toav\) * [[Tower of Hanoi]] Traditional problem solving/planning task. Tests ability to make and follow plans in problem solving task. (in toh\) * [[Tower of London]] Traditional problem solving/planning task. Tests ability to make and follow plans in problem solving task. (in tol\) * [[Travelling salesman problem]] Find the shortest path to visit all points (in tsp\). * [[Two column addition]] UTC test battery's 2-column addition Add three two-digit numbers and respond quickly and accurately. (in twocoladd\) * [[Typing]] Type various passages of text. (in typing\) * [[PEBL Vigilance Task]]. A novel vigilance task requiring both rest and vigilance periods (in vigilance\). * [[Visual Search]] Look for a target in a field of distractors (in vsearch\) * [[Victoria Stroop Task]] A short standardized implementation of the stroop test (in stroop\) * [[Weather Prediction Task]] (in wpt\) * [[Word fluency task]] An implementation of the Thurstone or Chicago Word Frequency/Word Fluency task, a component of the COWAT. (in wft\)
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